Broseley Festival is back

Broseley Festival announced earlier this month that the 2017 Festival was secure thanks to funding from Broseley Town Council.

The Council have pledged financial support for this years festival and without it the event, which costs over £18,000 to put on, wouldn’t be able to go ahead. The weekend, which has always relied solely on fundraising will remain free to all attending and 2017 now promises to be bigger and better than ever, with a whole host of acts already announced to perform including Definitely Mightbe, U2 + 1 and soul band, Back 2 Miami headlining.

There is also the Festival Ball taking place on 20 May at Broseley Social Club, tickets for which are £35 and must be purchased in advance with all proceeds going towards the festival.

More details and line up announcements can be found on their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/broseleyfestival/

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